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The Daily Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Press Release

Consumer Price Index, September 2022

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 6.9% on a year-over-year basis in September, decelerating from a 7.0% gain in August. On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, the CPI rose 0.4% in September.

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Industrial product and raw materials price indexes, September 2022

The Industrial Product Price Index edged up 0.1% month over month in September and was up 9.0% year over year. The Raw Materials Price Index fell 3.2% on a monthly basis in September and rose 11.0% year over year.

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Victims of police-reported family and intimate partner violence in Canada, 2021

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, increased attention has focused on the issue of family violence and intimate partner violence. With many individuals spending more time at home with household members—often living, working and studying in isolation during uncertain and stressful times—ongoing concern about the safety of individuals living in abusive situations has been at the forefront for victim services, such as shelters for victims of abuse.

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Urban public transit, August 2022

Canada’s urban transit industry continued to recover in August, with the number of passenger trips reaching 94.6 million.

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Weekly aircraft movements, October 1 to 7, 2022

Weekly data on aircraft itinerant movements are now available for October 1 to 7, 2022.

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How sedentary are Canadian adults? It depends

According to the new Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines, adults should limit their sedentary time to eight hours or less per day, including three hours or less of recreational screen time. However, according to the new Health Reports study “How sedentary are Canadian adults? It depends on the measure,” the percentage of Canadians meeting this guideline differs if sedentary behaviour was self-reported as opposed to captured by an accelerometer (a pedometer-like device worn on a waist belt).

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Travel arrangement services, 2021

The travel arrangement and reservation services industry group generated $3.5 billion in operating revenue in 2021, a 55.4% fall from 2020. Since 2019, these industries’ operating revenues have dropped by 76.0%, a decrease of more than a combined $11 billion in revenue. The pullback was more pronounced in 2021 compared with 2020, mainly because the early winter months of 2020 operated normally. Packaged tours to travel to sun destinations during those winter months make up a significant portion of annual revenue for these industries, particularly for tour operators.

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